This post is sponsored by Jord.
I never really considered myself a big jewelry person, but after getting an office job a few years ago I began to pick up necklaces and bracelets to go with my new work outfits. Even though my jewelry is almost exclusively budget-friendly costume jewelry, it’s still beautiful to me and worthy of displaying in a fun and pretty way. So here are a few jewelry storage ideas I use in my home. (And don’t forget to catch the giveaway for a beautiful and unique watch at the end of the post! ♥)
I’ve always loved the idea of a framed necklace organizer, and I finally made my own this week! I’ll post a tutorial soon, but here’s a sneak peek:
I’m a sucker for practically anything vintage, but I have a serious soft spot for pink Depression glass and blue transferware! This covered candy dish I found while thrifting is the perfect spot for bracelets and small hair accessories. Simple and beautiful jewelry storage & no worries about your pieces getting dusty!
I purchased this beautiful blue and gold transferware dish on Etsy a while back, but I wasn’t really sure what to do with it. I ended up putting it on my dresser and filling it with my favorite pieces that I wear often (plus this pretty little bird I found at Target!).
See that pretty little watch? It’s one of my most favorite pieces! It’s the Frankie 35 watch in zebrawood & champagne by JORD and I love how it combines a feminine, stylish face with a beautifully rustic wooden band. It’s such a unique watch, and I can wear it with practically everything!
I’ve been impressed with it since the moment I opened the box, and it’s already gotten me tons of compliments! They make great gifts and I may have to get my husband one because he has his eye on a few of their mens watches :)
JORD is generously offering a giveaway and it’s super easy to enter! Just click the link below and enter your first name and email address. The winner will receive a $75 coupon towards one of these beautiful watches, and everyone else will receive a $20 coupon! The giveaway ends at midnight on July 27, 2016.